German Skin Cancer Center
German Skin Cancer Center

German Skin Cancer Center

At the GMI we have a center dedicated to diagnosing, treating, and managing skin cancer. We use only the highest quality equipment in all our facilities and confirm each diagnosis through a skin biopsy. The dermatology team collaborates closely with experts from the surgical teams, the radiation oncology team and medical oncology team to offer a tailored treatment plan to our patients with skin cancer, following our multi-disciplinary approach to medicine.

Diagnostic services

German Skin Cancer Center is equipped with a brand-new tool that automates total body mapping with digital dermatoscopy and artificial intelligence. We offer a full spectrum of examinations in-house for every stage of the cancer journey including staging, managing, and monitoring, using the latest technology and equipment, including PET/CT, MRI scans.


We embrace a multi-disciplinary approach to medicine, where highly specialised professionals from teams of different specialties including dermatology, surgery, radiation oncology, and medical oncology meet weekly and discuss each new case to decide the optimal treatment for each patient.

We are here to guide and support you along the way.


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Your treatment plan is designed for steady progress, with every phase promptly implemented.

Symptoms & Diagnosis

Diagnosing skin cancer typically involves a combination of visual examination and biopsy. A healthcare professional, often a dermatologist, will first visually inspect any suspicious skin lesions or moles, looking for abnormalities in size, shape, color, or texture that may indicate skin cancer. This visual examination might be aided by a dermatoscope, a tool that provides a magnified view of the skin, allowing for closer inspection of skin lesions.

If a lesion appears suspicious, the next step is usually a biopsy, where a small sample of skin is removed and examined under a microscope to check for cancer cells. Depending on the findings, further testing may be necessary to determine the type and stage of skin cancer, which can guide treatment options. Early detection through regular skin examinations is crucial for effective skin cancer management, as it can significantly increase the chances of successful treatment.


  • Excisional Surgery
  • Mohs Surgery
  • Cryosurgery
  • Curettage and Electrodessication
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Chemotherapy
  • Immunotherapy


  • Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Implantable Cardiac Monitor (ICM)
  • Treadmill stress testing
  • Translational Research
  • Clinical Research
  • Preclinical Research
  • Genetics and Genomics


Hormone Therapy

Used for cancers that are sensitive to hormones, such as some breast and prostate cancers. This therapy can block the body's natural hormones to cancer cells or replace them with substances that counteract their effects...

Radiation Therapy

Uses high-energy radiation to target and destroy cancer cells. It can be delivered externally (external beam radiation) or internally (brachytherapy)...

Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)

PDT involves applying a drug to the skin that becomes active when exposed to a particular type of light. The light activation destroys cancer cells. PDT is used for certain types of early-stage skin cancers and pre-cancerous growths...


Immunotherapy boosts the body's own immune system to fight cancer. For skin cancer, it can be applied topically, injected directly into the tumor, or administered systemically. It's particularly useful in treating advanced melanoma...

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